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Chanderi, which hails from a small town in Madhyapradesh, was once used to drape royalty, is described to be as light as woven air, with a buttery hand feel and graceful sheen. What’s so special about chanderi? Chanderi is produced by weaving silk into the traditional cotton yarn. The fabric we used is 60 gram fine chanderi, which is prepared with 70% cotton and 30% silk (the combination takes the best properties from both textiles, i.e it's neither dull like cotton nor shiny like silk). Instead, it has beautiful, balanced lustre and a lovely fall, and is perfect for India's tropical climate. We’re big fans of its sheen and sheerness, so it’s no surprise that we’ve worked with this fabric collection after collection. “I love its fall and the way it drapes. It is subtle, and yet very structured," our founder, Prathyusha Jasthi said.  When, and equally important, where are you likely to wear it?...

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  In the 1930s, Frank Sinatra sang about a woman clad in “polka dots and moonbeams” and that same decade the world began a love affair with this now-classic print. There’s a reason Minnie Mouse is never parted from her dots, and we love the polka, particularly when it gets a little bit of a fresh spin. At Jasthi, we believe every wardrobe should be a blend of modern, feminine and classic vintage-inspired pieces. A star print of the 1950s, the polka dot remains a wardrobe essential today. One of our favourites, the polka dot dress, is feminine, retro, and super-chic, and a great tribute to the pattern. “I love all sizes and colours of polka dot,” Prathyusha Jasthi told us. Our founder continued, “Brown and white spots is a safer way to wear this print, and match your dots with your accessories and shoes.” From work-related zoom calls to...

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